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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG ON GLOBEST.COM: The World Is Flat

And flat might be a good thing. Debra Hazel looks at the recent report from on mall and strip centers. For the full discussion, click…

DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM: In Search Of…The Next Big Retailer

The search for the next Limited, Walmart or H&M/Uniqlo/Apple/YouNameIt has been an ongoing story with only the names changing over the years. One developer is taking matters into its own hands.

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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM: Shrinking Walmart

Walmart is going small. Mostly.

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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM: More REIT Results

Fashion is back in favor, judging by the year-end financial results reported by retail REITS.

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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM: REIT Results

You always learn something interesting during analyst calls, such as a surprising shift in attitude toward Internet retailers.

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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM: Happy REITs

The U.S. shopping center industry appears to be back in growth mode, according to year-end results from some of the industry’s largest REITs.

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Debra Hazel’s Blog Post on GlobeSt.com — Supporting the Troops

Baskin-Robbins is planning to grow, and it’s looking to the U.S. military to help them do it.

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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM — DEAD AGAIN

Here we go again. “The Mall is Dead.” Again.

At least it is unless it reinvents itself, open-air center developer Rick Caruso told attendees at the National Retail Federation conference in New York City.

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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM — A LATE GIFT TO BRICK AND MORTAR?

Traditional retail may have been given a late Christmas gift from, of all places, UPS.

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DEBRA HAZEL’S BLOG POST ON GLOBEST.COM — “RACKING” UP FOR MILLENNIALS

The luxury off-price boom may not have been just a way for retailers to appeal to suddenly cash-strapped customers, says a recent article. It may be a way to train younger consumers to appreciate (and buy) the finer things in life later on.

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